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A highlight item on the Grand Bahama (GB) Office of the Prime Minister’s 45th Independence Celebrations Calendar of Events is the Thursday July 12 Commonwealth Boxing Salute, now scheduled at

Michael Pintard is gone from the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture. That was expected. No meaningful strides were made for The Bahamas’ sports brand while he was in charge of

The Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association (BLTA), the parent body for the sport in the country, has a funding dilemma. A recent communication sent to parents of children deemed qualified to compete

It's quite sobering. The U.S. Virgin Islands' (USVI) national men's basketball team is not in a league with the Dominican Republic and Canada, but clearly is superior to The Bahamas. This was

It's crunch time for Team Bahamas in San Juan, Puerto Rico! This evening, the Bahamas Basketball Federation's (BBF) national men's squad will clash with the US Virgin Islands in a must-win

He is 35 years old now and still without a legal clocking anywhere close to the world marathon record of 2:02.57. That is the standard set almost four years ago

For the first time in history, The Bahamas’ men’s national basketball team has a quality National Basketball Association (NBA) player in the mix. In reflection, naturally it would have been

A total of four former outstanding Bahamian professional boxers will share the spotlight during the Commonwealth Boxing Salute segment (July 11-13) of the Grand Bahama Independence Calendar. Gomeo Brennan, Ray

Like most around the nation, Coach Gladstone “Moon” McPhee was thrilled when the National Basketball Association (NBA) draft ran true to form Thursday night in a particular instant, and Bahamian